By Ron Crair June 18, 2015.
Before the University of East Anglia email hacks ‘Climate Change’ was known as ‘Global Warming.’ Global warming or climate change has many believers and many skeptics. Honest, competent scientific data is needed to prove whether or not it is real. This is the problem. How do we trust the data? There are cases of deliberate data manipulation.
In the scientific process the observer affects that which is being observed. The prejudices of the observer will affect the outcome. This is known as the Observer Effect. Most of us think as Naive Realists, seeing is believing.
Put science or non-science aside and examine this from a different perspective. Please examine another environmental problem. This is one that I am sure that all can agree on. We may not all know about it yet but it is real. We can see it, smell it and feel it. And, we would all agree that this is a horrible environmental catastrophe that needs urgent attention. Yet it receives little to no media coverage.
Two islands of trash, one which is more than double the size of Texas floating in the middle of the Pacific ocean. Known as the ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ (GPGP) or the ‘Pacific Trash Vortex.’ It was discovered in 1997 by racing boat captain Charles Moore. He reported the debris had created an island solid enough to walk on. It is two growing patches connected by a convergence zone, which acts as a soupy highway for debris. The current keeps the debris in a constant clockwise rotation of 7.7 million square miles. The centers of the patches are more stable. The current circles around as it brings more debris in. The depth of the debris can go down several meters.
The small bits of plastic produced by photodegradation are called mermaid tears or nurdles.
In 2011 millions of tons of radioactive debris was added to the ocean from the Fukushima tsunami fall out.
Over 100 million tons of debris and growing. Much of the island is made of non biodegradable plastics. The sun breaks down these plastics into tinier and tinier pieces, a process known as photodegradation. Leeching into the ocean is a dangerous mixture of non biodegradable chemicals such as DDT, BPAs and PCBs which then enter the food chain.
Sunlight is being blocked from getting to algae and plankton which affects the entire food chain. Marine life is being choked by plastic, poisoned with toxic chemicals and radiation. An unfair death sentence for marine life. In the central North Pacific, plastic outweighs surface zooplankton 6 to 1.
“The main problem with plastic — besides there being so much of it — is that it doesn’t biodegrade. No natural process can break it down. (Experts point out that the durability that makes plastic so useful to humans also makes it quite harmful to nature.) Instead, plastic photodegrades. A plastic cigarette lighter cast out to sea will fragment into smaller and smaller pieces of plastic without breaking into simpler compounds, which scientists estimate could take hundreds of years. The small bits of plastic produced by photodegradation are called mermaid tears or nurdles.”
“So it works like this: First of all you create the problem, but you get someone else to be blamed for it(false flag attacks taught in Army Spec Op manuals-Operation Gladio, USS Liberty, Gulf of Tonkin, The Riechstag fire). You then report that problem through the media in the way you want it reported – because the media is owned by the same people who own the banks, etc. You get the public to react to your problem by saying, “Something must be done; this can’t go on; what are THEY going to do about it?”. And at that point, THEY, who have covertly created the problem and blamed someone else, who gleaned that reaction of “Do Something”, then offer the solution to the problems they have created. So if you take the world wars for example – after the first world war, which the financial centers of London and Wall Street, etc, funded all sides, power on this planet was in fewer hands than ever before (via the League of Nations). After the second world war, it was even fewer hands on the wheels of power. And as a result of the second world war, we had the creation of the United Nations and NATO; and we had this great centralization of global power.”
In the case of globalist warming:
-The problem – the atmosphere is heating up and the polar caps are melting.
-The reaction – something must be done.
-The solution – carbon tax.
There an estimated 216 tons of plastic in our oceans. These garbage patches can go 10 meters below the surface. Perhaps a contributing factor, to ‘man made climate change,’ are these floating landfills affecting ocean currents. Ocean currents influence climate.
An inconvienent truth or a clear and present danger!
Clearly we know it is real, we know it caused by human activity, we know we are destroying the environment and killing everything from the great whales to tiniest plankton. We know it is getting worse. And, we don’t need years of research and scientific data to come to this conclusion.
Besides the efforts of private citizens and environmental groups, officially no nation has taken responsibility. Because it is far away in international waters no government has funded any clean up effort. Charles Moore, the man who discovered the patch, claims cleaning up the patch would, “bankrupt any country.” Compared to climate change there is little to no mainstream media coverage.
The National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Marine Debris Program has estimated that it would take 67 ships one year to clean up less than one percent of the North Pacific Ocean.
Where is Al Gore? A major environmental catastrophe is being ignored by governments for two decades. Why? Because it is real and people would expect real results for a real problem.